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wedding planning from a man's perspective

As a man, I know next to nothing about planning a wedding. My fiancée and I agreed that we would work together to plan our wedding. She provided me with a long list of things that I was to do independently, a list that she was going to take care of, and a list that we would work on together. The minute she handed me these three sheets of paper, I knew that we were in for a long six months. That was when I started talking to her about hiring someone to help us with the planning of our wedding. Visit our blog to find out how we worked together with a planner to make our day the best it could be.

Deciding To Elope: Consider These Don’ts Before You Say “I Do”

The decision to elope can be very freeing and exhilarating. Instead of spending months or even longer planning a large wedding, complete with a fancy reception for your family and friends, you can choose to start your marriage with a ceremony for just you and your spouse. Sometimes obstacles come up during the elopement process that take couples by surprise. Be prepared for what your decision has in store for you be checking out this list of things that you should not do. Read More 

An Acrostic Poem Guide To Planning A Small Chapel Wedding

Even small weddings can be hard to plan. Once you have found the perfect wedding chapel, you have to consider seating, overbooking, and all the details you want to include in your wedding. Adding these details to a small space can be challenging and some sacrifices may need to be made. Instead of stressing over every last detail, use the following acrostic poem guide of the phrase "Small Chapel." Each step will help you plan out the small wedding and give you tips to consider. Read More